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E-mail Lisa Shriver to submit abstracts
This Acute Pain Management course is designed for a primary target audience of anesthesiologists. Primary care physicians, hospitalists, and other allied health professionals who are responsible for the Pain Management of patients in Acute Pain that are either in hospital or pre-hospital may also find the course of interest. The Harvard Acute Pain Management Symposium will focus on a comprehensive review from Pharmacologic Management, Adjuvant therapies to Advanced pain management techniques and strategies. The course will include workshops on complimentary medicine (acupuncture, bio-feedback, relaxation techniques) as well as ultrasound guided blocks in the upper and lower extremities.
Acknowledgments/Disclosures If applicable, abstracts should include and acknowledgement section, listing grant support (including grant number) and disclosure of any financial relationship the author(s) may have with the manufacturer/supplier of any commercial products or services related to the work reported in the abstract. Items to include are:
Not all abstracts/posters will have acknowledgements or disclosures.
If an abstract is selected for presentation, the presenting author must register to attend the Acute Pain Medicine Symposium. Presenting authors are responsible for all expenses related to attending the Congress, including but not limited to airfare, registration, accommodations, ground transportation and meals. Poster authors may be eligible to apply for financial aid.
An individual may present more than one poster at the Symposium, so long as he or she is a listed author on each poster being presented.
Instructions for Submitting an Abstract
Abstracts should be no larger than 48" x 72".To submit abstracts, email Lisa Shriver at email@example.com.
Selection of Topics
Abstracts will be grouped into specific poster sessions based upon the scientific/clinical topics shown below. Authors must select one of the topics/subtopics listed below when submitting their abstract: Diagnosis, Assessment and ReviewsDisease Entities (Human)Ethics, Law, Economics and EducationMolecular and Cellular BiologySystems (Physiology, Anatomy, Animal Models)Treatment Approaches (Medical/Interventional)Treatment Approaches (Multidisciplinary)Treatment Approaches (Other)Treatment Approaches (Psychosocial and Cognitive)
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